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									                                         GOVERNMENT REPORT TEMPLATE 2010
                                                        EXPLANATORY DOCUMENT
Introduction
This document explains how to complete the Energy Efficiency Opportunities (EEO) Government Report Template, a report on the outcomes and
business response of your energy efficiency opportunities assessments. We have provided examples to illustrate what mandatory information is
required, and how we would prefer you to report voluntary information. If you are still unsure, please refer to the Energy Efficiency Opportunities Industry
Guidelines or contact your Client Liaison Officer for assistance.
In 2008 the Department developed the EEO module in OSCAR (Online System for Comprehensive Activity Reporting) to allow for streamlined online
reporting of data common with the requirements of the National Greenhouse and Energy Reporting Act 2007 (NGER) and data specific to the EEO
Program. This option is available to EEO participants who align with the NGER reporting requirements - operational control of energy use and reporting
by financial year.
Corporate Groups continue to have the option to use OSCAR or the hard copy template.

HOW TO COMPLETE THE GOVERNMENT REPORT TEMPLATE
Controlling Corporation
Insert the name of the Controlling Corporation exactly as it is registered with the EEO Program.
Alternatively, enter the name of the part of the Corporate Group authorised to report separately from the Controlling Corporation. The Controlling
Corporation was required to seek approval to do this at the time of submitting its Assessment and Reporting Schedule.

Period to which the report relates
The Regulations require two government reports over each 5-year cycle of the EEO Program. The first is an initial report covering the first two years of
the Program cycle and the second covers the whole 5-year cycle of the Program. 2007-08 trigger-year participants will be using this template so the
reporting period will be 1 July 2008 to 30 June 2010. The template has been pre populated.
You therefore have six months from the end of the reporting period to;
        finalise data,
        draft the Government Report;
        obtain feedback from the Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism (highly recommended); and
        submit the report prior to 31 December 2009.

References: Regulation 7.6 of the EEO Regulations
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Location of Public Reports
The full public report must be accessible by and readily available to the general public. If your Public Report is located on a website, please insert the web
address in the box below. Otherwise please describe where the general public can obtain a copy of your Public Report. If companies do not have a
website or suitable published report, the Department is happy to discuss alternative arrangements which meet program requirements.

Please note that a copy of the Public Report should also be attached to this report, as the Public Report forms part of this report.

Example 2 – Location of Public Report


 Location of public report                                                                   www.corporategroup.com.au/environment/reports

References: Sub-section 23(3) of the EEO Act and Sub-regulation 7.7(c) & (d) of the EEO Regulations


Part 1 – Information on Energy Use
Table 1.1 - Energy use for the Whole Corporate Group from 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010
This table is used to report the energy use for the whole group, not just the parts that have been assessed. This data should be broken down against the
same structure you provided in your approved Assessment and Reporting Schedule (ARS) (Table 2.1 of the ARS) where possible.
This requirement will be phased out once the EEO Program finalises arrangements with NGER to receive useful energy use data, replacing the need for
EEO participants to report it twice.
Energy use as an indicator refers to energy use relative to a unit of production or service. This indicator should be the same indicator that was provided
in the ARS to allow for comparison over time.
Energy use and the energy use indicator for each part of the group should be entered on a separate row (for the entire corporate group not just entities
assessed).

Example 3 – Energy Use per Annum by the whole Corporate Group (2006-07 trigger-year participants)

 Energy use for the period 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010
                                                                                    Energy use per
 Name of group member/ business unit/ key activity/site                                                             Energy use as an indicator
                                                                                     annum (GJ)
 ABC subsidiary                                                                              216 000                           6.52 GJ per tonne of production
 CDF subsidiary                                                                               90 000                                  5.67 GJ per km travelled
 XYZ subsidiary                                                                              308 000                         6.93 GJ per tonne of earth moved
 Total Energy Use                                                                                   614 000
References: Sub-regulation 7.7(e) & sub-regulation 7.7(f) of the EEO Regulations
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Table 1.2 – Information on energy assessed
This table is used to provide information on the entities that have been assessed from the start of the cycle up to the end of the current reporting period.
The amount of energy assessed refers to all energy that was considered when assessments were undertaken, regardless of whether energy savings
were identified. This energy should be reported as follows:
         if an entire entity was assessed, the amount reported should be the total energy use for the entity in 2009-2010, broken down by fuel type;
         if less than the entire entity’s energy use was assessed, then the amount reported should be the energy use in 2009-2010 for the parts of the
          entity that were assessed, broken down by fuel type;
The fuel type headings in Table 1.2 are examples only. You should add extra columns for additional fuel types if necessary. Please specify and
report against all fuel types relevant to the entity
The period over which the assessment was undertaken should be the actual period of the assessment, not the period covered by the report. eg. an
assessment conducted from September 2008 to January 2009 will include these dates as the start and finish dates.

Example 4 – Information on Energy Assessed

  Name of group member,                 Period over which the                       Amount of Energy Assessed (GJ) expressed in 08/09 usage
  business unit, key activity           assessment was
  or site assessed                      undertaken (start - finish)                                  Natural
                                                                      Electricity       Diesel                       LPG            Coal        Total (GJ)
                                        (Key Elements 1-6 met)                                        Gas
  ABC subsidiary                        Sept 07 to April 08              100 000                        50 000        50 000                        200 000
  XYZ subsidiary                        April 08 to Sept 09                              150 000                                    158 000         308 000




  TOTALS                                                                 100 000         150 000        50 000        50 000        158 000         508 000
References: Sub-regulation 7.7(a) of the EEO Regulations


Note all sites that used greater than 0.5PJ of energy in the trigger-year are required by the legislation to be assessed during the 5-year cycle.
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Part 2 – Energy Efficiency Opportunities that have been identified and evaluated
Part 2 of the Government Report is used to provide data on energy efficiency opportunities that have been identified and evaluated as part of the
assessment process, and the Corporate Group’s business responses to those opportunities.


Table 2.1 – Opportunities assessed to an accuracy of better than or equal to (<=) ±30%.
It is compulsory to complete a separate table for each group member, business unit, or key activity that has had an assessment completed from the start of
the cycle up to the end of the current reporting period. When doing so Corporate Groups should keep in mind:
       Corporate Groups provided an assessment and reporting structure in their ARS and, where possible, reporting in this template should be
        consistent with that structure.
       Energy savings should be calculated as the value of the savings in 2009-2010.
       Providing opportunities data separately for sites over 0.5 PJ would be appreciated.
       Certain opportunities involve the substitution of one fuel type for another. In these circumstances report the net result against the new fuel type
        used.
       For the purposes of calculating the number of opportunities, consider an opportunity to be a project. Therefore replacing 40 lights with more
        energy efficient globes would only be considered one opportunity, not 40.
       Annual net financial benefits are calculated by adding the ongoing benefits over the first four years of an opportunity's implementation, less
        ongoing costs over the same period, less the initial investment, divided by 4 to convert to an annual amount;
       The annual net financial benefits for opportunities with a payback of more than 4 years cannot be calculated as there is no fixed period over
        which this calculation is made, unlike those opportunities with a payback of 4 years or less. Corporate Groups can report the point of break even if
        they wish to do so; and
       Cost of Assessments may be provided separately (this information is voluntary).

You should create and report on a separate row for each set of opportunities with different energy types, and for each different payback period within that
energy type.
See example 5 on the following page.
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Example 5 – Opportunities assessed to an accuracy of better than or equal to (<=) ±30%

Name of Group member or business unit or key activity or site                                        XYZ Subsidiary

                                                              Annual Net Value of Savings arising from Opportunities by Payback Period and Fuel Type
 Status of opportunities assessed
 to an accuracy of better than or                                                                 Payback 0<2                         Annual net financial
 equal to (<=) ±30%                                                                                             Annual net energy
                                                 No of Opps             Energy type                2–4 or 4+
                                                                                                    (years)
                                                                                                                  savings (GJ)           benefits ($s)   *
                Under Investigation                           4                          Diesel          0–<2               5 000                            20 000
                Under Investigation                           3                           Coal             4+               8 000                      6.5 years
 Business
                Implementation Commenced                      1                          Diesel         0–<2                6 500                            24 000
 Response
                Implemented                                   1                          Diesel          2–4                4 400                            15 000
                Not to be Implemented                         2                           Coal             4+               1,500                      5.2 years
 Total opportunities identified                              11                                                            25,400                            98,505

All opportunities entered in this table should have been assessed to an accuracy of ±30% or better.

The annual net financial benefits for opportunities with a payback of more than 4 years cannot be calculated as there is no fixed period over which
this calculation is made, unlike those opportunities with a payback of 4 years or less. Corporate Groups can report the point of break even if they wish to do
so.

 Cost of Assessment                     $AU

References: Sub-regulation 7.7(b) of the EEO Regulations

Table 2.2 – Opportunities assessed to an accuracy of worse than (>) ±30%.

As a general rule, it is not compulsory to report on savings assessed to an accuracy of worse than ±30%. However, where Corporate Groups have not
been able to evaluate large numbers of opportunities to an accuracy of ±30% or better in the timeframe available to them (rather than simply deciding not
to proceed with the evaluation of the opportunity) they should report on these opportunities in this table.
Strictly speaking, Corporate Groups are required to evaluate all identified opportunities to an accuracy of ±30% or better. Under these circumstances, the
EEO Program expects that this table would mainly be used for reporting opportunities identified in the last 12 months of the program cycle.
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Part 3 – Additional voluntary information
Participants may voluntarily provide details of energy efficiency opportunities on an opportunity by opportunity basis. Corporate Groups may chose to
provide this information from the Group’s project tracking database or e-tool provided by the Department.
Alternatively, you may wish to provide this information using the template below in Table 3.1. If you do not want to provide details of all opportunities
identified, please concentrate on the ones that deliver the largest savings.
Why provide voluntary data?
If enough Corporate Groups provide voluntary information the Department intends to feed it back to industry sectors in summary form to enable them to
see an overview of where opportunities are more likely to be identified. The data will also be used by the Department to develop policy options and may
influence practical help through the development of relevant programs.

Example 7 – Opportunities by Type

Opportunity category & type - select a category of opportunity from table 3.2 and match it to an equipment type in table 3.3. The example in the table
3.1 below is for the replacement of 10 standard efficiency motors with high efficiency motors and appropriate sizing (range 5kW to 250kW) at 6 mine
sites. If you are unsure, simply provide a description of the opportunity and the Department will classify it.
Status of Opportunity – select from the options Identified, Under Investigation, to be Implemented, or Implemented.
Annual Energy Use prior to Implementation – Insert the annual energy used by the process, system, activity, piece of equipment or technology prior
to implementation, expressed in GJs
Start & End Date - Enter the start and end date of the implementation of the opportunity. If the opportunity is still under investigation or still be
implemented, enter the start date only.
Energy saved per annum (GJ) – Enter the amount of energy saved per annum as a result of implementing the opportunity, expressed in GJs.
G/house gas reductions pa (CO2-e) - Enter the amount of reduced greenhouse gas emissions as a result of implementing the opportunity, expressed
in CO2-e.
Total Project Cost ($) – Enter the total cost of the opportunity which includes the initial investment cost, the ongoing costs over the first four years, divided
by 4 to convert to an annual amount.
Energy expenditure savings – Enter the amount of dollar savings on energy costs per annum as a result of implementing the opportunity.
Other Business Savings - Enter the amount of dollar savings on other business costs per annum eg waste, maintenance.
Payback – Enter the payback period in years.
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Example 7 – Opportunities by Type


Table 3.1 - Opportunities by type
 Project Description: Replacement of 10 standard efficiency motors with high efficiency motors and appropriate sizing (range 5kW to 250kW) at 6
 mine sites.
 Opportunity      Status of    Energy used         Start      End        Energy      G/house gas      Total       Energy       Other     Payback
   category     opportunity    pa previously        Date      Date      saved pa      reductions     opp’ty      expense      Business    (years)
   and type                          (GJ)                                  (GJ)       pa (CO2-e)      Cost       savings      Savings
                                                                                                       ($)         pa ($)      pa ($)
 F5.4               Implemented         190,000         Nov 08     Nov 09       9,500         8,760        $70,000      $28,000       $4,000          2.2



Table 3.2 – Energy Efficiency Opportunities categories
Opportunity category & type - select a category of opportunity from table 3.2 and match it to an equipment type in table 3.3. The example in the table
3.1 below is for the replacement of 10 standard efficiency motors with high efficiency motors and appropriate sizing (range 5kW to 250kW) at 6 sites.

    Opp ID        Description of Opportunity
                  Changes in the staff operation of equipment e.g. turning off equipment when not in use, better communication with site services about
        A.
                  timing and delivery of energy services
        B.        Changes in maintenance practices
                  Changes in management systems e.g. procurement, development of staff KPIs, evaluation methods of energy efficiency opportunities,
        C.
                  energy management policy
                  Improvement in energy measurement and monitoring e.g. metering upgrade, improved energy data analysis and frequency, new
        D.
                  database
        E.        Improvement in process control e.g. better temperature control, the use of higher quality production inputs
        F.        Investment in the same but more efficient technologies e.g. retro-fitting an old motor with a newer, higher efficiency motor e.g.
                  Investment in new technologies or new configurations of technologies not used before e.g. a process such as heating / evaporating a
        G.
                  liquid to leave a solid product in certain instances can be replaced with a mechanical filtration process
        H.        Investment in research and development, testing and trialling.
        I         Other – Please specify
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Table 3.3 Equipment Types

No                               Equipment Type                                  No                              Equipment Type
1.1   Boiler for power generation                                                5.1   Lighting systems
1.2   Combined cycle plant                                                       5.2   Electrolytic processes
1.3   Boiler for steam                                                           5.3   Electric motors - HVAC and refrigeration equipment
1.4   Boiler for cogeneration                                                    5.4   Electric motors - Air compressors
1.5   Boiler for hot water                                                       5.5   Electric motors - variable speed drives
1.6   High temperature solar steam                                               5.6   Electric motors - pumps
1.7   Economiser/feed water pre heat                                             5.7   Electric motors - fans
1.8   Steam driven pumps                                                         5.8   IT, communications and other electronic equipment

2.1   Furnace                                                                    6.1   Stationary reciprocating combustion engines - electricity generation
2.2   Blast furnace                                                              6.2   Stationary reciprocating combustion engines - other
2.3   Kiln                                                                       6.3   Stationary gas turbine engines - electricity generation
2.4   Dryer                                                                      6.4   Stationary gas turbine engines - other
2.5   Oven
2.6   Coke oven                                                                  7.1   Hydro turbine
2.7   Other direct combustion thermal equipment                                  7.2   Wind turbine
                                                                                 7.3   Solar thermal power (excluding solar hot water)
3.1   Chemical processing plant                                                  7.4   Solar hot water heater
3.2   Gas compression equipment                                                  7.5   Solar Photovoltaic
                                                                                 7.6   Geothermal
4.1   Forklifts, front-end loaders and other machinery                           7.7   Wave power
4.2   Mining, earth moving and other off-road materials handling equipment       7.8   Pumped storage
4.3   Road transport equipment                                                   7.9   Bio-energy
4.4   Rail transport equipment                                                   7.6   Geothermal
4.5   Air transport equipment
4.6   Water transport equipment                                                  8.1   Flare losses
4.7   Hybrid equipment                                                           8.2   Feedstock and other non fuel uses
                                                                                 8.3   Transmission losses
                                                                                 8.4   Heat losses
                                                                                 8.5   Flow losses
                                                                                 8.6   Own use
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PART 4 – Declaration
Example 8 – Declaration

The EEO Regulations require the declaration in the Government report to be made by “the responsible officer signing for the registered corporation”. The
regulations are not specific as to who the responsible officer is, but the Department would expect that this would be either the CEO, COO, CFO,
Company Secretary or some other officer of equivalent standing.
The actual name and title/position of the signatory must be stated in the declaration on the Report.


 The information included in this report is, to the best of my knowledge, correct and
 in accordance with the Energy Efficiency Opportunities Act 2006 and Energy
 Efficiency Opportunities Regulations 2006.                                             Don Smith
                                                                                        (Chief Executive Officer)
                                                                                        Date 20 December 2010

Reference: Sub-regulation 7.7(g) of the EEO Regulations



Confidentiality of Information
Information provided to the Department is used to administer, evaluate and improve the program. Individual business information provided to the
Department in the assessment and reporting schedule is not released to the public. Aggregated data and information may be published to demonstrate
the achievements of industry and the program. The Department publicly releases aggregated information using Australian Bureau of Statistics
methodology.
The confidentiality of information provided to the Department, including information in reports to the Department, is protected by the relevant provisions
of the Energy Efficiency Opportunities Act 2006, the Public Service Act 1999, the Public Service Regulations, the Privacy Act 1988 and the Crimes Act
1914, as well as common law.

Submitting your Report
 Option 1                                                     Option 2                                           Option 3
 Scan a signed copy of your Government report and             Post your Government report in hard copy           Login to OSCAR and enter
 email to:                                                    to:                                                information into the EEO Module.
 energyefficiencyopportunities@ret.gov.au                     Department of Resources Energy &                   See comments regarding reporting
                                                              Tourism                                            through OSCAR in the Introduction
 or directly to your CLO
                                                              GPO Box 1564                                       of this template.
                                                              Canberra ACT 2601.
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                                            GOVERNMENT REPORT TEMPLATE
See pages 1-2 for information on completing this page.


Controlling Corporation



Period to which this report relates
 Start     1 July 2008                                   End   30 June 2010



 Location of public report
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Part 1 – Information on Energy Use
See pages 2-3 for information on completing this page.


Table 1.1 - Energy use for the Whole Corporate Group from 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010
 Energy use for the period 1 July 2009 to 30 June 2010
                                                                    Energy use per
 Name of group member/ business unit/ key activity/site                                               Energy use as an indicator
                                                                     annum (GJ)




 Total Energy Use


Table 1.2 – Information on energy assessed
 Name of group member,           Period over which the                   Amount of Energy Assessed (GJ) expressed in 2009/2010 usage
 business unit, key activity     assessment was
 or site assessed                undertaken (start - finish)                                Natural      Another      Another
                                                               Electricity     Diesel                                              Total (GJ)
                                 (Key Elements 1-6 met)                                      Gas         fuel type    fuel type




 TOTALS
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Part 2 – Energy Efficiency Opportunities that have been identified and evaluated
See pages 4-5 for information on completing this page.

Table 2.1 – Opportunities assessed to an accuracy of better than or equal to (<=) ±30%.
Name of Group member or business unit or key activity or site

                                                   Annual Net Value of Savings arising from Opportunities by Payback Period and Fuel Type
 Status of opportunities assessed
 to an accuracy of better than or                                                Payback 0<2
 equal to (<=) ±30%                                                                                   Annual net energy    Annual net financial
                                           No of Opps      Energy type            2–4 or 4+             savings (GJ)          benefits ($s)
                                                                                   (years)
             Under Investigation
             To be Implemented
 Business
 Response    Implementation Commenced
             Implemented
             Not to be Implemented

 Total opportunities identified

All opportunities entered in this table should have been assessed to an accuracy of ±30% or better.

 Cost of Assessment                  $AU
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Table 2.2 – Opportunities assessed to an accuracy of worse than (>) ±30%.
See page 5 for information on completing this page.

Name of Group member or business unit or key activity or site

                                                  Annual Net Value of Savings arising from Opportunities by Payback Period and Fuel Type
 Status of opportunities assessed
 to an accuracy of worse than                                                  Payback 0<2
 (>) ±30%                                                                                        Annual net energy        Annual net financial
                                        No of Opps        Energy type           2–4 or 4+          savings (GJ)              benefits ($s)
                                                                                 (years)
             Under Investigation
             To be Implemented
 Business
 Response    Implementation Commenced
             Implemented
             Not to be Implemented

 Total opportunities identified
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Part 3 – Additional voluntary information
See pages 6-8 for information on completing this page.

Table 3.1 - Opportunities by type
 Project Description:
 Opportunity      Status of       Energy used         Start      End        Energy     G/house gas       Total       Energy        Other       Payback
  category       opportunity      pa previously       Date       Date      saved pa     reductions       opp’ty     expense       Business      (years)
  and type                            (GJ)                                   (GJ)       pa (CO2-e)        Cost      savings       Savings
                                                                                                           ($)        pa ($)       pa ($)




Table 3.2 – Energy Efficiency Opportunities categories
   Opp ID      Description of Opportunity
               Changes in the staff operation of equipment e.g. turning off equipment when not in use, better communication with site services about
      A.
               timing and delivery of energy services
      B.       Changes in maintenance practices
               Changes in management systems e.g. procurement, development of staff KPIs, evaluation methods of energy efficiency opportunities,
      C.
               energy management policy
               Improvement in energy measurement and monitoring e.g. metering upgrade, improved energy data analysis and frequency, new
      D.
               database
      E.       Improvement in process control e.g. better temperature control, the use of higher quality production inputs
      F.       Investment in the same but more efficient technologies e.g. retro-fitting an old motor with a newer, higher efficiency motor e.g.
               Investment in new technologies or new configurations of technologies not used before e.g. a process such as heating / evaporating a
      G.
               liquid to leave a solid product in certain instances can be replaced with a mechanical filtration process
      H.       Investment in research and development, testing and trialling.
       I       Other – please specify
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Part 3 – Additional voluntary information
Table 3.3 Equipment Types
No                               Equipment Type                                   No                               Equipment Type
1.1   Boiler for power generation                                                 5.1   Lighting systems
1.2   Combined cycle plant                                                        5.2   Electrolytic processes
1.3   Boiler for steam                                                            5.3   Electric motors - HVAC and refrigeration equipment
1.4   Boiler for cogeneration                                                     5.4   Electric motors - Air compressors
1.5   Boiler for hot water                                                        5.5   Electric motors - variable speed drives
1.6   High temperature solar steam                                                5.6   Electric motors - pumps
1.7   Economiser/feed water pre heat                                              5.7   Electric motors - fans
1.8   Steam driven pumps                                                          5.8   IT, communications and other electronic equipment

2.1   Furnace                                                                     6.1   Stationary reciprocating combustion engines - electricity generation
2.2   Blast furnace                                                               6.2   Stationary reciprocating combustion engines - other
2.3   Kiln                                                                        6.3   Stationary gas turbine engines - electricity generation
2.4   Dryer                                                                       6.4   Stationary gas turbine engines - other
2.5   Oven
2.6   Coke oven                                                                   7.1   Hydro turbine
2.7   Other direct combustion thermal equipment                                   7.2   Wind turbine
                                                                                  7.3   Solar thermal power (excluding solar hot water)
3.1   Chemical processing plant                                                   7.4   Solar hot water heater
3.2   Gas compression equipment                                                   7.5   Solar Photovoltaic
                                                                                  7.6   Geothermal
4.1   Forklifts, front-end loaders and other machinery                            7.7   Wave power
4.2   Mining, earth moving and other off-road materials handling equipment        7.8   Pumped storage
4.3   Road transport equipment                                                    7.9   Bio-energy
4.4   Rail transport equipment                                                    7.6   Geothermal
4.5   Air transport equipment
4.6   Water transport equipment                                                   8.1   Flare losses
4.7   Hybrid equipment                                                            8.2   Feedstock and other non fuel uses
                                                                                  8.3   Transmission losses
                                                                                  8.4   Heat losses
                                                                                  8.5   Flow losses
                                                                                  8.6   Own use
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Part 4 – Declaration

See pages 9 for information on completing this page.


 The information included in this report is, to the best of my knowledge, correct and
 in accordance with the Energy Efficiency Opportunities Act 2006 and Energy
 Efficiency Opportunities Regulations 2006.
                                                                                        (Insert name and title of signatory here)
                                                                                        Date


Confidentiality of Information
Information provided to the Department is used to administer, evaluate and improve the program. Individual business information provided to the
Department in the assessment and reporting schedule is not released to the public. Aggregated data and information may be published to demonstrate
the achievements of industry and the program. The Department publicly releases aggregated information using Australian Bureau of Statistics
methodology.
The confidentiality of information provided to the Department, including information in reports to the Department, is protected by the relevant provisions
of the Energy Efficiency Opportunities Act 2006, the Public Service Act 1999, the Public Service Regulations, the Privacy Act 1988 and the Crimes Act
1914, as well as common law.

Submitting your Report
 Option 1                                                     Option 2                                           Option 3
 Scan a signed copy of your Government report and             Post your Government report in hard copy           Login to OSCAR and enter
 email to:                                                    to:                                                information into the EEO Module.
 energyefficiencyopportunities@ret.gov.au                     Department of Resources Energy &                   See comments regarding reporting
                                                              Tourism                                            through OSCAR in the Introduction
 or directly to your CLO
                                                              GPO Box 1564                                       of this template.
                                                              Canberra ACT 2601.

								
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